After turning off WordPress cron jobs and turning on Cron jobs in the cPanel on the server (running every 16 minutes), Updraft started fooling around. I have set up sending backups to Google Drive (last 3 backups: Database, Plugins, Themes, Uploads, Others = 3GB), which works, but Updraft does not delete all old backups and I have to delete them manually. In WordPress on the main page of Updraft Plus I see the message: Warning: WordPress has a number (7) of scheduled tasks which are overdue..
Hosting Technical Support has told me that they do not see the problem and Cron actually logs every 16 minutes according to the logs.
I am attaching a screenshot from Google Drive, where it is possible to see old backups that were partially deleted by Updraft, but most of the parts remained.
It should be noted that I also have problems with publishing scheduled articles and about 1 in 10 will not be published and will get the status Missed schedule (and it is not published even after 16 minutes). Can you help me with that, please?
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